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Diving into GID

I was supposed to post this earlier but the heat wave took its toll. My school had swimming gala last weekend. The temps were 41 but felt like way higher,

Successes, Challenges and To-Do List

In my quest to motivate students to drive their own learning, I find inquiry-based learning essential. Moving further towards successful inquiry-based learning and attempting to internalize this personal need in

Problems and Solutions

In this Blog Post I thought I would share some problems and solutions that I have found – maybe it will be useful for others! Lack of time, always an

Don’t Sit Still

  This is where we are now. In the coming year there will be two grades who have gone through a Guided Inquiry Design unit.  I will be working with

Reflections on a Unit

Today I’m going to tell you about a unit I worked on with 4th Graders that was designed to address the societies of Native American tribes and their influences on American

Wait a second, who is the teacher and who is the student?

The things I’ve learned this year with GID are endless.  The students have taught me so much.  As adults who are helping students become lifelong learners, it is important to

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